Reviews

Jan 9, 2018
All I wanted out of this film was a scant 90 minutes reprieve from the dolour of a wet February in London, and all I got was a sense of irritation and torpor.
Dec 21, 2010
Talented actors in dumb film with gross sex humor.
Feb 9, 2006
Without the rom-com requisites of charm, chemistry, comedy and character, this doesn't even meet low expectations.
May 3, 2005
Inane, inorganic and predictable from the start.
Feb 13, 2004
It's a consistently amusing tale thanks largely to the eminently watchable cast.
Jan 29, 2004
Like the rest of today's alleged comedies that are never funny, this one pretends to be hip, but lacks every semblance of intelligence and depends on the basest common instincts in the kindergarten I.Q. for laughs.
Jan 22, 2004
More Must-See TV than There's Something About Mary.
Jan 18, 2004
Like its protagonist, too cautious for its own good.
Jan 17, 2004
As for Stiller and Aniston, I'm not really sure what to say. Both are nice, I guess, but not especially exceptional. I kept waiting for some spark, some genuinely endearing bit of chemistry to flash between the two but it never seemed to pass.
Jan 17, 2004
A movie where love means diarrhea.
Jan 17, 2004
One of those films that celebrate spontaneity and risk-taking yet are so formulaic and un-risky that they strangle their own message.
Jan 16, 2004
I ... laughed myself sick.
Jan 16, 2004
Firmly ensconced among the forgettables in Stiller's career.
Jan 16, 2004
Trouble is, it isn't just Polly who comes along: Lots of extraneous matter does, too.
Jan 16, 2004
A lighthearted, lead-footed romantic comedy of the post-Farrelly sentimental yuckfest school.
Jan 16, 2004
A waste of a talented cast.
Jan 16, 2004
Within the context of what is essentially a formula picture, Hamburg comes up with lively and anarchic comic situations, and he comes up with them consistently.
Jan 16, 2004
Practically everyone here is a collection of tics, gimmicks and mannerisms.
Jan 16, 2004
You can sense the lack of imagination.
Jan 16, 2004
This flat romantic comedy fails to provide any reason why a spunky girl-next-door like Jennifer Aniston's character would give Ben Stiller's uptight nerd the time of day.